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FDA approves AI-based at-home sleep test

February 16, 2023HME News Staff

NAMUR, Belgium – Sunrise has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its second generation at-home sleep apnea test that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to diagnose obstructive sleep apnea and sleep-related breathing disorders. The technology captures Mandibular Jaw Movements (MJM) with one point of contact - a lightweight sensor placed on the chin that records the jaw’s movements. Data is collected through an app, analyzed with an algorithm using AI and made...

AI, Home sleep test, Sleep Apnea, Sunrise

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One Drop uses AI to predict blood glucose levels

November 19, 2019HME News Staff

NEW YORK - One Drop has developed a model to predict blood glucose levels for people using continuous glucose monitors. Using more than 10 million hours of CGM data from One Drop users, the model accurately predicted blood glucose levels within 30 mg/dL of the CGM-measured values up to 120 minutes in advance. At 30 minutes, predictions were within 30 mg/dL more than 97% of the time; at 60 minutes, they were within 30 md/dL more than 75% of the time; and at 120 minutes, within 30 mg/dL more than 55%...

AI, Blood Glucose Levels, CGM, One Drop

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ResMed names Ghoshal CTO

April 3, 2018HME News Staff

SAN DIEGO - ResMed didn't have to look far to find its first chief technology officer. The company announced April 2 that it had named Bobby Ghoshal as CTO. Ghoshal had been the COO of Brightree, which ResMed bought in 2016. In his new role, Ghoshal will lead ResMed's global healthcare informatics and data analytics team to drive its cloud-based digital health platforms, as well as investments in emerging health technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning. Prior to his role at...

AI, Bobby Ghoshal, Brightree, CTO, Data Analytics, Healthcare Informatics, Machine learning, ResMed

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CareCentrix pursues 360-degree view of patients

August 4, 2017Theresa Flaherty, Managing Editor

HARTFORD, Conn. - It may seem like a concept straight out of a sci-fi film, but artificial intelligence is being used across industries, and although health care has been a little slower on the uptake, its time has come, says CareCentrix's Steve Wogen.Wogen, chief growth officer for the company, which coordinates HME and other services for health plans,spoke with HME News recently about how the company is leveraging AI and machine learning to connect data points and, as a result, reduce readmissions...

AI, CareCentrix, Machine learning

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